For photography fans on a budget, Photoshop Elements is often the image-editing software of choice (it costs a fraction of Photoshop CS) and Adobe has just released
introducing a redesigned UI.
Costing £79, Photoshop Elements 11 is designed to be a complete solution for editing, organizing and sharing photo creations.
The user-friendly interface includes Quick, Guided and Expert editing modes; one-click options and big, bold icons to help users get the most from their shots.
Images can now be organised based on people, places (via Google maps geo-tagging) or events and Guided Edits make pro-level effects like tilt-shift, vignettes and high and low-key easier than ever to create.
Finished images can then be shared via email or directly to websites such as Facebook.
“Photos and videos allow us to capture and share moments in time,” said Lea Hickman, vice president products, Creative Consumer Business, Adobe. “Powerful – yet friendly and easy to use – Photoshop Elements 11 inspires creativity and helps consumers make the most of remembering and sharing these personal memories.”